Spend an afternoon at the Voelker Orth Museum, which was built in 1891 and constructed by James Bouton. The house has a Victorian garden filled with beautiful and colorful flowers as well as a bird sanctuary which is frequently visited by birds like the mockingbird, robins and blue jays. The final resident of the house Elisabetha Orth wanted the house to be preserved and converted into a museum after her death and therefore established an organization that now manages the museum. You will see a number of exhibits like valuables that was once owned by the family. They also give the house as rental space so you can host your special occasions.